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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 5 sXA81Jflf3D IjQ J ANNODOM1NI18K3 b c roNEW SERIESVOI XXXI I12 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL I 4MI5 4 SAUL REJECTED BY THE LORD 1 Seated UIo3j Asrtt psob dienc0 to tho Heavenly King 4 tJ Cott Saul HIS Throne Hia First So r vTestHi Second Test Was the Condemnation of the Amalekites Juatt Sauii Wrong AttituCe tf fHcart t f Beauty arid Strength of the Prophet Samuels Character i BtMld to oltry It letter than to acrltfrcIt Samuel I1t HvEVERAL years after King Sauls coronation bin first great testI t noted In our lesson of two weeks ngo came to him At that time a war was instituted against tIm Philistines who dominated Israel Saul whlted for the Prophet Samuel to rome to offer saeifiee previous to glv j ing battle Samuel was providentially detained and the k1ng after waiting for a time offered the sacrifices him self and proceeded to the battle the result being the de feat of his forces This Incident maybe said tO have been the beginning a of Sauls rejection Slaughter of the I by the LordAmaickites i f 11A11hQtgh the Lord through the II oJPropbet Samuel announced King Sauls rejection the prediction was cvl dently not fulfilled for several years afterward Quite possibly the king wo properly exercised by his rejec fl tI6n nnd became more attentive tp the DIne will and David who was prob ably anointed about this time was not yet sufficiently developed to be the Lords representative Sauls altend t King Sauls next severe trial was in connection with the Amalekites a fierce nomadIc people who hn1on say eral occasions done Injury to Israelo In sending the message to the kingw the Lord gave special instructions that the Amalekites should be utterly de stroyed He also specified tHat the de structlon was on account of Amaleksr opposition to Israel In the way when tbeIsraelltes came out of Egypt sev ernl centuries before W15 Their Condemnation Just iThis narrative Is seized upon bys skeptics to prove that If God should thus command the wholesale Daughter thuman creatures and dumb animals 6 He must be lacking in Justice pity 8sympathyoJtlJswer to this matter lUid It should a be satisfactory to nil who understana c It It is thistThe slaughter of the Amalekites dM c noHmenn as asunlljr inferred that tfaqyv rJ fitentforthmtl etcrnal torturer Fo v them death had the same meaning thttiSBad to their cattle a termination of whatever was desirable In the present life Slaughtered by the sword the Amalekites Buffered far less than If they baddied of hunger or disease All went Iowa to the great prisonhouse of death Sheol Hades the timboGod lied already arranged a great redemption pot only for the Amalc kites but for nil mankind Tlflit re demption secured by the great sn rJiIcts of Christ centuries after their death vlll by and by secure to them relesisc from their imprisonmentan awaken liig from the death sleW They will bnamongst those mcntioucU by our Lordo saying tust nrc in thplr graves shall hear the voice of tbe Son of God I nmlfihall conic forth They will come forth Under much more favorable con dltlons to learn of Divine grace In Ohrist and to be amousrt the families of the earth to be blessed by the Seed i liif Abraham Spiritual Israel King Sauls Wilful Disobedience In this trial KIng Sauls error was his failure to carry cut the Lords comI mands explicitly He slew all the Amalekites except the king whom he l vjLpt alive possibly thinking to exhibit him in a triumphal display As for the 4tloks and herds he consented with his people to spare rill that were good and desirable At this juncture the Prophet Samuel arrived and the colloquy of our lesson ensued The Prophets indignation and the rxmf positive statement clearly indi tate that King Saul had not misundor 9 stood lila Instructions but bad dellbcr t jately violated them Conseqnently hLI words to the Prophet must have been tota great extent hypocritical The Prophet stopped the King In his ex ntanation and told him In the Lords Words of the nlgljt precedingIn Jew lab reckoning this night because Jnghr day begins in the evening King Saul sought to defend hU icolrso and to lay the responsibility upon the hosts of Israel The Proph 1JI anSwer is the pjth of todays i Study and con r tnins its Golden t Text no eienrlj 2 Lir pointed out whntt the king should have known and What nil should recognize thatsacrifice is far less pleasing to the I Lord Limp obe dience to His 0 Word m Tittle Hell So with Gods shn1wairP people today It hotreo nfuch of illgotten wealth that we may sacrifice to the Lord it la much of the proceeds acquired di rectly or Indirectly by wrong lolni Ill that mny fcucriflco acceptably Ou sacrifice must bo from the heart Firs of all must be the win Whoever given his will to the Lord gives all whoever comes not Intpheert obedience to theIr Jordanrit Offer acceptable sacrifice lr FoR ALE5 male sbocs ii t gfiudscns d io 4 Defender 4 vrril hlngJCOlba Ready for ser Liii vice AIs two s WB JE Wh3t ey blnIfmMlc Paai r 7 TW7 t I JJJJ jTJ314TEs =LEIa EiO 7 i IIdl 5i iL g HJi JJJ Ii SPIES nth Dias Heroes if t CaiJghtliItl Writes Phil Rader isCincinnati fnLondoul iin IInhtonwas a little o d woman of French cottage was about a mie behind cut trenches She had a huge upply ohI ciJe and when one of us Jott1money and a chanc3 we would suqak through the trenches back to to her little house knock on r Lf shuttered window unl1 she opened it and banded oaf a big iicuptulsrysh described him was billed in the cottage oqe day by a German ttullet We buried the body for her hndI move No no she exclaimed This is my home and if I dieW any wliei e I die here cOnewickerschink of tbe shattered window bOuman lint s we saw a tiny light blink three timtstFor ihree nights we watchedl the sparking chink in the wid ws wind wolud We did not santspydbecause if shwere taken away 7play we wouid miss our cider Bit at last we h id to act We liabgiiti eandaKays dont know where She bad fodH Itersr nthep system One dav we found telephone wire run rug through the beet fields from the Germant t a point Jar hacK of our lintsPjIt ended at a poplar tree thherei IIhephonn g to the enemy all UI details of our movementsdBu Derceille was the spy oftotall spies He lived with us i ur trenches He shot at tb eany Germans and cused them as w lid But all the time he was sending messages to themii And when hu was caught theact he kept silence like an Our officers took char tft cuted w heard In those early daysof the war when foreigners in fjaris wre forming a foreign rregion Demc iile a splendid looking big ma vrjth a beird that gave him a dstiiiguiahed appearance und a manner that was the usoetce of courtesy gut his name on t1 list and wasacceptdIHe had u limited quantitieshi aud before we departed from Pars for the front gave parties rignt and lleft to little groups comrades His profession was that of an engineer of sugarmauing machinery and he knew eveiy inc h of the sugarbelt country in which our regiment was faa sta tied iyIlyIta It wa a collie dog thai prriviae the undoing of Demeille lineI Wg haired fellow who am ng jeillt her homes in the trenches had thcniost fiieids among men But the collie liked Demde bet We found out a1terwar Uemeille used to save Il1butI ar d even go hungry hit in order to keep Himself nigh in Ui collies good will How Denieil IIe cn rtrtii ed Ihe dn g logo toI be Grmin trench frum ours we were never able tlfit fiirure out But we tirstsuspect Fed Deqeille when We saw rift the dog to the edge of our ilyIiv throwing a stone toward the German unes which were on 150 feet distant When the dog came back that night a sentry caught him iind searched him Under his collar was a map which Demeille bad drawn with a note written in German We dont understnJ this map Ointjou mike it plainer The sentry put the note bark toflDtineillesf subway buti Tilit reu were watching D h n thE iog entered Denleille put his linker u d tbe dogs collar pulled out the and began to read it when e men jumped on him Demeille was very cool abiut but he knew that his end had ome He was taken away and in sentenced to death by a curt tthe martial h Luckily the tiring squad was tto- ot chosen frommng the roftn f our treuch The officers pa raded him before us as ah Ex1 no 1l3ffseemL1d d done for his country Then se h y tok him away omewnere a ic the elforctelela their old treuchtuae would have been jut Kill all the dogs in your trenches ranthe new command I think some of tile men who td made pets of stray dogs wept the night the order came One huge felove I know slept ith his dog tbat night We couldnt kill lheI digs in j oid blood We were acquainted ilhI hem just as we wera with each oilier They had beenm r gut spots in out muddy lives F Mangy and dirty as they wereri we were little cleaner When therewasnt a smileleft on outfaces the during rain or extra dangerous days there was partele in trio eyes of thu trench ogs and they had courage toc hut we had to kill them A Portuguese who loved a j ttle wuite fox terrier discover d the easiest way He threw a one out of the trench the little eIlo wtm alter it ad just as e was picking it up with his j utn about a dozen of our rifles blazed at him and over he welt We made believe to ourselves itt we had been shooting at IJ tliH Germans and that Puaoo had been killtd by ap cciont So our six dog friends went j hej down among the bodies of the ad soldiers end dying deaths hat we ourselves meet at YOntime bedeath than his master said thet Portuguese wl h tears welling in his eyesonNo waradoehan ve had ht dav when the dogs were sentenced to dies Gents k nH ybu want a nice Tailored suitI for spriig and summer coinn and getmy prices I have uv ro400 woolens to select from we toIealso have a lotof Triuser w ole stSprngdeld City TiLl orll P W Bdumbauer Prop Main Svrtet Spiiugfield Ky 11W i1 Seek The Best cRoadmakes a strong point when he says tbat travel from the North the South through Kentucky Ita follow the bst roads and there ceo boa Dixie Highway from every border county lin tne State if the people willt see to it that intercounty Meatt highways are buit That is thlC siml tru h A mere location t l on the Dixie Highway willI trim travel uness the rt als dS11nut such as to iinvite the tourist n we got gOld rodds all overI the htate eve ycjunty will haveI a Dixie highway aud the iiflux of tour si travel will be schasl to be i f enormous tt uncial beneI tj the Commonwealth fct te loyrnul hIINotice YWe hay just received a lineI of woolens for ladies tailored skirts Prices aranging from 575 to 875 we make thse skirts co ipfete for these prices iin our own shop and tailored by hand All woolens shrunk be fore made up Give us a call Spring tieid City Tailor FW Baumbauer Prop Main Street Springfield Ky wJklltsale also a one horse surrey lurtt airD Tapp l t Can Charge Extra Fare The Court of Appeals in anl opinion by Chief Justice Miller affirmed the Powell Circuit thecase or T J Ponder againstti LpxinJtQ rand E lstern and eld than a railroad has a riaht charge a higher fare collected from passengers on a train thats lisi th charge for a ticket and that pies of such a rule printed in itrge typs and diplay d in cin icuous place in the ticket offices sufficient notice to the pas ugersI Ponder was llate in getting to station and the train WilSl te When he arrived the ticket J aicewasaywas put off the trains t whpreupol he sued fo dampgfsIi lost his casa i Ho wallow ewsIL Several candidates were in ou section this week They all claim to be nice men Raz Barlow got a haircut one lav this week and now complainsS i that his derby is too small The Tin Peddler was in our lidst this week and sold Miss lutie Belcher aa engagement ng SUm Pickens has gone through wim r without an overcoat but he has some awful deep pockets Poke Eazley began dgging a stern at his home on Musket Ridge yesterday He will dig a s long as the dirt is loose Wash Hocks presented the editor of the Tidings with a large turnip last iaiusday The editor had both Wash and the turnip for dinner The Calf Ribs M E church elected steward fur the ensuing year at a meeting Monday nign- n the selection of men there is majority in favor of the Dem Colt pbOd Allsop upon returnt ing from preaching at Dog liii st Sunday complained of his feet having hurt nil during the sermon He thought at first as it his conscience During the hard times caused y the wfar together wtyh the cugoing Republican postmaster t ridicule the moonshine still n Mnsket Ridge coppelled to run also in the day time Yam Sims has gone to chewing wax again It is strange Low ome ol our men have a tendencyf toward recklessness If he e pa on his dowhard course he will soon be wanting women tto vote Jefferson Potioukst who Jias ot touched a dr p sin e the first f the year when he became otal abstainer was in Tickvillo he other day and passed a sa oon three times before going im The Excelsior Fiddling Ba d was schedlued to pi iy at a party near B unding Billows Saturday night and was piesent but taut d to render any UJUMC because they ould not think jof anything to play The house on Musket Ridge occupied by Isaac Ucilwangur ws destroyed by fire late Wed nesdav night The house waa m ire than covered with insurance It is not known where or how the tire starttd ac nobody ii quirnd Sim Flinders spent one da reItuLVI of pitent medicine of some kin His testimonials dccl no that a ter taking two doses of it Ieabroke up a singing on Musk etI Wjld Onion school l teach hits stuTltd bus school again He was compelled to dismiss several weiks ago wh Mi nil the cholars got to Knowing asmuch as he did Now however he has again got a good start ui hopes to keep aiiead the e t the term Notice II H Reyuolds Admr etc PlfT Notice H F Goode Gdn etc Dfts Pursuant to an order of the Wnah ingtnn Circuit Court entered at its February term 1916 noliceMla hhreby given to all parties holding ciai against the salute of Delia Itoynoiu decd to present them propet proven to me at my office in Springfield Ky between April 1st and Mny 16 1915 or they will be estopded from doing so thereafter This Marco 17 1915 C F BGSLEV Master Commissioner W C C a M i nNote From the Falcona tM r C R Harmon sold last week to lodge Thurman acting for Mr VVoodson Lwis of i Greensburgt six m nths old Aberdeen Angus bulle htch wa shipped to Mrtf Lewis Friday It an extra fine bull whose dam was the grand champion cow a he Kentucky State Fair In 1914 The price paid for tic bull wa tT not announced but is said to b well up in three figures Mr Murray l4Moydfprmery otz IlLebnonmanet gel cf the Cumberland Telephone nd Telegraph Companys pistid t Eminence Ky for neulyiiis three years has been promoUd and given the position as madn m ger of the same company at Lockport Ind The change was made the nrsi of the week BisJ many friends here are peaseid his successtThe amount of 1000 a sum sufficent to ins all a new pipe organ in the Metbodflt church in ibiscity has been subscribed and the work ot building the 01 gan has commenced The Car neigie Corporation of New York l donated halt the amount and the other half was donated by Mrs E N ilundley bf this city i memory of her father and Mr James Gould Phillips an vlrs Eusebia Burton Phillips It will require about 30 diys to build thp organ which will be a a handsome and highclass instru t mentMrs B J Lancaster had her left arm broken near the wr st l Tuesday afternoon Mrs Lan i caster and her snteri Miss Lillie Jacob had t reu io Lebanon tcitc Itoccupantst t t master being the only one Dr K ci ana OJhas M Cdi 11Vare called and gave the dledicatI attention necessary j Comet Now Visible i FOils who go to bed late ara early risers have an oppor tunity to observe a comet att atoutllQ30polar star It ascends during th j night and may be found inon the northeast between 2 and 4C oclock a m It may be seen best at those hours The cornel iin taut having the brightness- of a third magnitude star and has a tail several degrees in length It id realy much large than the famous Baileys come bat is vastly farther from U earth than Baileys approached four sears ago It will bevisib i tt the naked eye until the middle of November Long Live the Horse Tne cavalry of the Allies ore performing marvels endurance Oie regiment took part ia ten eni counters in a single day at the same time covering more than forty mile of ground The otht detachments are doiug equal well Their urdrs are to hoI 1111e Germans hack and to worry theyLValso developed an nffensi ire movement of their own and have succeeded in dnving the Germans rion the reserves Press report tfIn spite of the fact that this ISSo war of trenches ihe cavalry which means horses has ben more active than in any war of irithe woldt hlsory It is Inc eating by the wav tu lute Ui Ceaser it fighting the Gauls the Germans and the Belg a wen ov r the same ground that the figbtinglover now and that calvary th n oaJ calvary now as calvary ever will be were most important vital points and at vital moment The cavalry by the way in addi wellknowDIoffices itperf trmsis the greatest emergency weapon of any inta conflict When there is nota shot left in the locker tbo cavalry nt1yIIIlive the horde Farmers Home Journal IroLmIlOl R ttbmivdku4hb2ah f i f According to reports which The Enterprise has been able to gather from strictly author itatiye sources farmers in HffI ferent sections of tho county tbs pecially in Magisterial Uistricta Nos 8 and 4 have suffered linf ItI aifIere parties over the county re the most expensive animal l hat tbe farme can have on tji successfulfdelliedThe amenace to the rural comj unities and bas in pasty rcan ed great oasis to tbe sheep owners It is true thai since thja Plbs8 e of the dog law aii nJdogs4s t t o get pay for sheep killed thtetj has been some relief granted iJfitIJrhe latestcausaUties liootdogs to sheep oners lutbcounty occurredthe first ottetlweek On Monday nIght tSIraided the flock of sheep b Inktt hivessnnigtjt COFdtwentvninee ewes and lambs ere killed OnpI the some night T J Carrico ataewe and lamb The total loss t o all parties involved isestimtit tIl ed to be 125IThe dog law affords some rett lief to the farmer who owns8hePii in cu e it is carried out ash author Intended In some c lntties of the State it is cl UIJedi i tfficials do not carry ffistJJ the law consequently hundred of dogs are not asseasej In uis couh1Yiifor instpc during- he first year he law was i Jet fola1ome counties the law waa ien forced to thd letter in jthe t neighboring county orB J9ast year the Assessor and his 4cijuy wade it botfor for owners oidjogs who tried to elude cppvn of brf b systematic canvas the majority owning dogs was made to 91l1q across Such a course In en Ieforcing the law has placed ttbfJ sheep industry of Boyle pqqRty I a firmer basu and put lunI dreda of dollars id the pock ta of the farm rs of that county L3banon Enterprise Spring Cleaning ItI dancing through air1 playeThe sweet and rare Bright flowers blossom at her fee And sunshine gilds her hairIAnd all the earth prepare to greet Her gladsome face so fair Old Winter spied her sunny locks And shook his hoary head Frost elves snow sprites together And flocked with their master fled And fairy Spring and fairies fair We welcoma in theirsteadIFor winters chill we donot care erWhen Spring her joy will abed IIdThe brooks ae whIspripg aaijhey rove To buds that wave bove j New life new hope new love now reign In all that live and be Through hill and vale their echoes ring And fill the heart with glee The busy housewife must adorn Her home with loving care that in sunshine and in storm Sweet peace will still reign there A little paint with deftness epread WIll many a heartache spare rFor pInt yon know can make a home retNow this painter you must know Your money he Will save Your home he will change for yon ao About him you will rave f Your paper tdo hell gfid baog And here too you wiUJHye This best done In early Spnnc tAnd this man Is your slaier Albert NoonanIi the gui c lAlbert Is the man Get him now for the time will fly V And hes the one who tan r IMddoitlnaspanI AlbertoonanowdntfOtg t jioonan the PalriterMan 1 For SaleTwo Jacks one I4iJI hands hlgbmousocolOred1 good boneand iis by Henry Edeleni Jack 5 years old Black 4ckit It babdsliighi B years old pjtY Jbj John Marshall G W Fenwlgk 1 l i ifar t 3 e WrL r ES11CD SALEf lm h itThe Lathiif thiPrmsJyterian C r their annual o1dj f rdoIIi CakesDtm AtthourtusinSpdngfi4J ri t RPJY APRIL3 I Send iiin yovrofdefijearly 1IWtlltf FIew Pttecl J Let =l L JrSJ Why Finn Labdr iaScatH1 The competent farm and cafe no longer bclassed as onskiUwd abor The1 man who stands iib tie city bread line is not tIe nan who can drtvOa fburbors am set cultivator shovels rin lender si ock grata or bu k eighty bushels of czirn a daj The farmer could hardly afford beard him in return lorv tiii labor LoDirpacticewreqair J acquire skill and dexerity f- landling J horses and machine yi which the successful farmer mg trQRf y j Auotbbrtuct r which mnkfs J farm lA r8fft v isilio factj pmpitd ivelvfw fartrier eh- iInlabo for he entire veap nd ttht suS aVle 8ccommo atJ tiil 119 pr scdoni provided fqe Ihe hired mans family Fa m labor will be marce in spile tof the fact hat firm ttBges h4ve increased rnire rpidlir tthan city t iges anti t e monty of farin arrange their system of faim ingt provide v Irk l rthe entire year and empoy n avrried vfr InJand Farmer V rr D1ime jiiliJ ieJ1 m ti pleted fora joint initiation by1 the l ebanpn and Bart4iWn Councils iKnightsol Celutptusl to be held at thftlatfefc pj ce on tbe first Qunday alter EssWrJ which will be April 11 two W kit j from next Sunday Lebanon Council will have ajbouta fen candidates the CMS Thesis t the second joint initiation ijield by thesa two Councils tbejfOirner haying be n held in jUtbapon last spring A banquet will fol low tbe initiatory workand quite II large delegatlonof jocftV of knights will mke the trip to witness tbe cquferrmg ottbq de grees afidjU partake of the pan qoetJJarioa Falcon CalMidtyl Hpits l sun there are a few who i 0I abou cussing the admini raji tiona boh national and statq and county They lay all heir troubles upon so9ihIgIer up7 tl ey do pot see that yrhen spring comes tberai3 a treat reviiall of business c ndltions oMee Jae and do not realize that protbly a great jnanyqf their troubles CJul ave ellivoitJed gi hey had looked ajbead labored and thefUtur IThowinter wt no Qal in house and n food stpply stored away and no money 1id up to py for any can Mame no one elsebut himself for his troubles Teoamity hawler ianpt k gO dim iJor icis neisbberhood and the onrbetalcfia spme thina aniC g t1f that oat of bis systemtLbeqcft rhltn and baJ couptryrJDvyen Co ra- tNewspr Circuau i Xo YIotynspperrg0estOS aeX2hange aop1eiot tl I 1iklio jtdltor woo rotf caulbfeoe house Jvtsom jiy- tigLrj J hey pt hIf thi Cute bgl fo se bic Ibntiw u lP litokuoW pef wbp1ttewJtr upoobp told tbegiipspelg- ets r irm Ne Tork to San PurCICO IfQm VdQ isI Gulf and jit kffd 1 kf puttl 2 ticlQC jIlJ s ii- k i ft zI t r1bOJlJi8oL Od papers irjfi kAt Maj 1iMaj Samuel B JSacKtnan Coqtedft rjftcY ranv CJBD mandei otlbe Dr JrlM f1i a WlIrnon bilesd1edJikbu In iisvIIt1st Thursday For two years Maj Baciaan had beeissfferer fr91 nights diseaBe but during this time was uble to crJa3bout t few people knawingtkai Qi aItIlMfn pa ved Ttirfinitw ek 4ii Man li iibw TJJr bf a ireC tftere aU actiwbUin tlar vfcNa lie jtScpYertd saftcleritly Is i 4e7 jbw iMoni aa4 be atevfe tain but a afcconti altaik1 611 t March 12 AlUn tAfeiaed I gimr md ad tinbitt former sksiiI rMcusd tql ri4 a JJ t i the end He iaa bn l 6rol Mr Jiie- sP0heeL km ia travqT ro e1iigswoj bal r his q Lc I21 fcTLbr pact seViral years EcI uIcF rrAaeerletatit IAINW h f 11LTIevrwML4i kbeksc Nt door toug M ILYIILIR ttafQTMt A ieadiwexitf vawtet9J ii a man who can exticaibije1t rtQ stright4aCkorapunL- shxbet aitchM pii ceine- andnootbesaihsi ta Be pills Inise1Ith4lMi Leto i- tatiderzs hwaIry which will makeJiii a rich tea Gejtinfroat aatrfc bt ijtcket would Ttotjjn the a4a tra V ap pfar to bgiafoccptionB- utt1eres a tIts rxyrd fur hem n who esoifi Birds I- tarsLforeveryyaas No matter what jtip raiwtlc maj bra youwill ffet alN Ua JIflreS p ibe san T if ic d ii neIL It yDdcaatlOi l J one els yow llt turkb Kettnskiiid IabijM aD- excfPiou to the JLItO e have beezt 7aIlrI4p 1ens whO ssctiomeMpi Us oettertna owaririiwl so ross from out position to nsIhr tilt prteJoornal e 1Mjii rDM I The Unit4 Poffice JJ piiitnuat bs b co self SUStainiHg tot th jfrat ti ut sinca18a6 Tb rcIp4s last year were SBOOOOO ahoye ex pejaditure ivblk th rt ia a surplus oif 13800000 in liPS above expenses Pr violas to this past two jrcars thejPo t oft1ceDepari etat babe on dupted at a 4pAijrxpefiaHii He gardjeaf ul the fact hit the oicp lttscsiMben iJ duc 4 froii 8 19 aid tLiltt tb rural ro ttjMft has beeq inWiftlMd ti Xf r iit fo t withis late Tf rK th4 Dpart n is jbasis IB ip e thf abuve o fOiCft wjiich wyt Iboiylii 4ihfir br inaf j wotrtdce end a97pli 10 e re Jr- sa1b4d 5 J ISCIesee iatbeptut Ji2iiePsJ HA44L p Tft 1IWMCADER PRJNGFIEL KY POJLIMED VilYTIUMD i1Y J L UNI FHtore and PublisHers v 1 EmtwJtdit flwSprinfcfield Kyflost office as secondclass mail matte- rIatiKadCt aMrjj HON WM F KI AIR kot Lexington Fayette coun 1anJnoanres as candidate for reelection as rXiUroad Commissioner subject to the action of the Democratic voters iin the August primary We are authorized to JOHN E NEW countyeVis acanelCite Democratic r z Commissionerfromi l Saturday August 7th 191G hr Circuit Judge J f JJThurmanI to the office of Circuit Judge of the subjectthe o i p August 7 1916 i Jr1f firiCt iftweihhs Attorney We are authorized to announce W HI vas Spragen5 of Lebanon a candidate forI4 Fthe office of Commonwealths Attorney for the Eleventh Judicial District snbjectto the action of the Democratic t party at the August primary We are authorized to aneounce John Commont1 Judicial District subject to the action y of the Democratic party at the August 5 primary t i fih Fir State Senator e lf SVe are authorized to announce John ti Gnindy of Lebanon ICy for Senator from iniBi the FIfteenth Sen torial district composed of the coun tiesof Taylor Merton and Washing J ton subject to the action of the Dem r ocr tic primary i Fir Representative et We are authorized to annuonce Chas 0 Durham as a candidate for Represe dentative in the lower boaseof the Kentncky Legislature from Washing ton county subject to the action of tht Democratic party in the August pri mary We are authorized to announce T H Repreaentive WashingtonIcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August pri mary ti There have been many dis cussions pro and con as to th advisability of the Democrats of the State holding a platfor fr convention before or after th Aognstpriinary As there iis some question as to just what will be the announced policies of the party in the coming dec lion and as platforms are mean iDgless terms unless the men f who stand on them are willing r s to carry them out it would seem r that in all faircess to the candidates who are running it woul babest that they should kno jjust what the Democratic party stands for Some argue tha- when a candidate expressesbis views on important questions ah Jhe people indorse him it iis also an indorsement of the prin ctpiesTvbich he advocates butt thErt I r orState offices to be voted for at tecoming primary iit is proba e tt widArdiueraity of views amopg the respective nominees We hat 1Ianlxplricnce of a party without a platform in 1907tsnd we ne nomore racpsjike that y tr v Roads There are three kinds of stone used extensively in the world iin r41ie construction of goads sand stone limestone and granite a Limestone is the only one of Washingaton county for this purpose It i exitts in4 three forms iin th e ounly namely maRtjesian t gray and blue limp trne Ti d mast eSUiuettone or r oomtJe- t Jff in places at or n ar he tiPs ol v tie bills in the western part of the county 4 Dolomite isby far the bas t f 1bliidins stone in the county u atottttit Springfield can hardly be as building material at all The best ledges ofit arewhen eXanjined closely found to bp v composed If thin laminae off v silicon allnminate orlshalecemen tsd togethert by a varyincfamoudt otcarbtnate of lime of In some cases thp 9mquntoJf Ife carbonate is so small and 1 the adhesion so feeble that they t t firstiVinter The Jimtown quarries are pf this quality of stone whip A the Ht Rote quarries poisiss l iiB tlladltesfcn r The gray limestone of the r Jj JJIUt le titerbulrdin 5 r 1r i1itl than the brie but still IMr tn qualitys end i CSi Pleasant Rtrn1 Mej theRr Ti tJf cimens of grry limestone allgs l crushing resistance when cOm pared to the stone of tbe tides tern part of the countyr Lust f llais in try of my IgQ era know the streets of our city oftcrushttoWDquJttrs1l is wM aurfacbdi- uP f with screening an l theiwhoie thofoughly rolled with ties road a j toner By Oh istmas the who ttdclagrdW tQd not enllie tRfe clay of the fields Tlii find r1aglDgtQr The FotBcal Court I suspectj has also been discouraged more than once iin its efforVttp make f better roads IfThe object of ilrsypaper lis to awaken if possible an interest in the subject of good reads In the countvandtostimulatehose stmdtopIf the taxpayers of Washington county or the Fiscall Court were going to built a house to live inthey would not bnild it vTheyWoudunquestionablY mot e durable material yet much of th6 material that isufiedinthe repair of the roads of the count jis amost or quite as worthless for the purpose as corn stplk are for housebuilding jlAroad a mile long cm be re paired to last one year for two h dollars gbetterdolars iinstead of two hun red you can mate ifc lust ten years you all would say it will be cheaper in the long runb use the batter material We have had straw and corn stalk roads m ourcounry for a good while let us get togethe materialThere and durable stone in the courib suitable fbr making good and de sirable roads but it is badly distributed Stone can be hauled up lto onf mile on wagons with a leasoriabl degree of economy but beyond mile the expense soon become prohibitive Ortan automobi truck it cm be haulad five vmtle at about the same cost as it would on wagons one mile the question of bette m tr erial for r ads and cheaper delis eryare vertmFinecal Court SIMPSON ROBERTS Against Injecting Statewide Prohibition in Governors Race toISlattwwide prohibition will have upon Kentl tucky I will be quite frank as I believe that iris always best to deal openly and fairly and to meet issues as they arepresenU d with courage tIlookwilh andfalarm at the effoit to inject the quistion of Statewide prohibJ ton into the raceebCiUbe itinevitabiy means biter wa fare within the ranks of Democracy and menaces pie sue NuvmiJber ejection HART FIGHT AHEAD Under the most faro abLe con dititms and wihtbei strongest ticket that can b i tamed I ttiuk that the Deuifcratic t artwillhave a bard fight to win in tits NoVember erection I believe that all thnking Demccratsreal ize that the election ths fall will not Le a walKoer titan handicap the party with an issue which can not add any strrngti to the ticket ard is certain to bt an elen entofwelllmes it totes like it was beir g forced upon he votersrather to secure otniia tion of a candidate than tosecure- a victory over the Repub icans The success of Dem Ciacy has always meant more to roe than the aspirations of any candidate thedt parly rilenaced by either selHsb ambition or mistaken judgment We are already threatened theicharacter or the fitness of the m n who may compeseit bu it I ts the fart that it may be made up largely Of the tffficeholdin class those who want to rotate TbIsfisnumber of the Democratic newspapers have already sound a ariote oft manyDemocraisl in theelectioDifUisacfcoinplisli ed and we wil losethe bulk of the independent vote jft sucha ticket jJnamed Iton the tllPi of thi itewide prohibition is added it would appear lifte then enemies to party success were in control and that thfy JiaVe ui Js 1 4 Ci1 JItLWpo r vftrlE r k EflEPLAT II- jII I I ctioniI1IHATS have just received this weck a 11We line of Easter Hats in the newest blocks and colors Also showing of Mens and boys 1010beautiful NECKWEAR NofUw ar JUH lint d upaids tendto the fouMnlmiids dijo stripes and solid lors in bnw IIElster u regcin to he Pry strong iii s prices 50c as wash tits t till patterns in shirts at 25C i tatter the temper of the rro DANl BK to Such a policy willnt otl throw all the wets vote s against the Democratic ticfiot but ttl1reatei1i I the Vholesale s ilfsullers ait brewer ii will throw the eftIil liquor interest in desperate di termination to save their the ic ticket I am jjust as hrfnly that ihe i j of State wid e prohibiiion will imperil it nott defeat l tle mOC111 tic ticUeil as Iwatin 1911 that the adoption of the U tit Tv6uld elec it Tbe reason upou which this Ohioion is based iis that all dry BemoqrAts were in favor of the aud thattfct many over ballot the dry Democratst are in favor of Stteude ft3a Thousands ofy ej Democrats voted the D luouratii CLOTHING Schaffner Marx Suits for men and young men 2000 to 4000 Wellwprth Mens and young Mens Suits 1000 to 1800 Fraternity Young Mens 1250 to 2000 Perfection make of Boys Knee Pants 300 to 1250- In these clothes you yfH find allof the very newest creations such as Glen Urquhartai subdued over plaids in browns greys blues and other Scotch Tar tans small plaids in soft shades of greens purples etc silk and wool mixtures fine hairline and pencil worsted and beautiful blue serges all sizes regular shares stouts and slims and Ladies Fie Fine Lace Ladies and line Gordon I u DEMOCKATT destruction bui- nets against Democratic convinced injection t County CountyUnit hibitiom Hart patterns stripes iilcftj mus ilx batl to adiiii both tic the uiie of the County Unit Lot PSC w t oers are s violemly opposed Ist vJ 4pttill plotihitLm tbattiy wiItit i the party aim sttt a tn natt the chctiin ot a Dttdiocia House of Uopres ntati OswlJl bt menaced os well as the Stau ticket Ttjsaburdi toUpD05Q hal 1I111Y number ol Repubttcau would vote ella State wide ttsOa fcvf th l Republicans will vHo their i arty ticket wham tiny have 5 thane to win Tbey Invo alwaydons 1o iil the pas wn they with di so in Nuvnbf r Po einpti izc have but t tea1I attention to tits fates ibatt Republicans members of the tiegilatuie elected because off Tthdr advocacy of the O unty Unit vpie against it elect Ketuitlicln Uuto4J ir ttartNSpni tor i gym rather f th oiii tai totii time tl e t i o vle lKvnttiCiy 10 UJn Ui 0 CO s itutloD jj at ng the ritrli to proiMbffc the nraimYac ur- t aniJsrfieof liquor It 1rs bii the bistsry ol ot11w r Star lit c there is netth r seuSb tora5uu inj ctiaijt ibis questit n in iho GoVtTiMirs race for ih G VHrnorhis b oltuelv lI ltdit to do wih the mater iiv t e uhs eijafie of teiet duties uf his ctttci i In Tt3 I7 tI4ItI ISLAlUlur A constitu iFinal I ntnt admen does not have lob ii e4 b Iij the Governor tobe subuiitlcclt- fLyIIt pe pie It Is a matter eu t rely wiUith Loffislaluro jif ti efriands of prohibiiioii in jif milking tl is fight aLthl IUr itSliiunid tie made in thE various Iioultts ilk lthe aeleptiof off anduia DS fir the LejiUJa 5acid i ol iDjttttd situ tit- t e i titaociiinpa fint ntlangfr hc successor ihepirty ltivould be s ill better to je till lioun r e tl Unt a f irvi and longer tvstt b lVostpi nhglll i iKUs for twii years when a Le IsItture cliiSeu without a Dtinjuiatic t Sate tuket in the fllmlt would n cruinly he letter for Dejn era ccyand I botiavu that it w uld e give tbtse j aims chanpions a g batter chance of suectt for their pet ibsue verylfortt the Comity Uui Ooih us a platy form issue and to see itt put upon ilie j t tutva I have fought qaor interests In iits attempt d to domiuaie the Democratic patty but I dont think Shale s wide prohibition H tin advisable political iisuo now My ith for i the Dtinocrdiic warty and itsi success impels ine to50iindTthisi note of warning As I set t oershems t 500 to 700 IIBeacon 1 350 and 400 tBachefer 250 and 300 iThis line you will find patent leathers gun meal la ISPa pi beach and in oxfords and sbpes button and lace every shape and every toe Also BJte terErowns blue ribbon anoes and ox fords fur the small boys J SHIRTS Our line of Shirts range in price 50c to 500 i fromIIThis lino of Shirts is dicidedly the largest of patterns even shown in this town reccnlos madras linen silk ginghams genuine Wilson Bros Silk Shirts 5 all a Wall Paper Carpets Druggets Footwear Childrens Footwear Curtains Linoleum Mattings Childrens Hosiery ShadesI ILI ClIiltuonahlynil thelJciliocratiioticiHl thisstatment1 whitesS Chep ry can not beg nlntr by II it wh it stakes s cUvicess and imt eriis s opput tutut fur VIe tory on an iissue tlit could be and should ba averted gLI illQ1t11BRS Elizabethtown KJ ln t17 i ForesV Vi vy Several from LhiJphce atten ded the funeral ofrMrs Emanuel Medley at St Rose Sunday Robert llaijy his elIly1WeLion for ou three Jljb Miss Nell Carcicp returned home frool LouUvlHe Tuvsdiy after several da s volt vith friends nd revives there iIr and Mrs Garland HatnSl j toftwero the uestsof Minud Mrs U A Smith Bu iday j Sjattb Oarrica llt Sundiy fir Louisville whec he will mike his future home ijif family will go as soon as he gets located Mr wad Mrs Joe Bknford spent Sunday with Mr ancLMis JR Smith JohJ anti omOrYilnbou hJ of James Nally his sheep anti lambs Price unknown MrsBd Dowllng spent Tue i day with her parents here Mi Martin Osboume s very iilt at thb3writing FowaETME NOr For Sale Siagle fJcmb White Leghorn Eggs 75 cenjgt for set th1goC 15 Aleo MammoU nronzeTarUgyExivs 350 for 12 bus Reed Spali m CbemicLdry cleaning rep tir- ng alUrinr relining spoujKing and pressing done at the Spring held City Tailor Puons 6 R F W BAumbauer Propr i- RI C AGENT Rfj ctftcty Griwer OF LEXINGTON KY Insures Against Ffre Lightning WindII Farnma aai Gcawaw risks a specialty KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE Rates Reasonable Telephone 155R 1SPRTNQFIELD KY 4 DRI C AWDDP- ijsicjiB tnd Surgeon BtoOamOffice hours 1 t02 p m- Over Haydons Drug Store DR W K TRU- SrYDENTIST f Oflice over Haydon Barber JPental work at reasonable prices A nwork guaranteedD JJrR J HAMILTON SPRINGFIELD KY ffice on Main Cross StreetPhone 20 730to830AMOffice Hours iooto 300 P Jl =DR M W HYATT Office 0Ver Springfield State Banki Office hours 1080 a m tol2ru4to5 p m WrF GRIG BY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over People Bank- 8PRINOFIELUKY S1ECIALTOWOME- I The most economical cleansing and germlcldal of all antiseptics Is a11IMJiMoIftd 1Inulceratloa of nose throat and that caused by feminine ills ithas no equalL jeMedicinej in their private correspondence with women which proves its superiorityr Women who haye been It is worth its weight in g01dAt druggists 50c llarge box or by malL trh Faxtbu Toilet Co Boston MOBS Strawberry Plants i t FRUIT AHD SPADE TREBSI l andour first offering of the re markable t t lammontti Pearl PotatobI Free Catalogs No Agents I EF Billenmejer iSonsS S 184 L jLexington Ky T15 fiTO FOREIiELL FUTURE v t USE OF WHITE pF EGG IS RECOMMENDED i Those Who An Tired of the Familiar Methods of Cards and Tea GroundscMight Find Some Amusement In the Practice This Is one of the least known cf all methods of foretelling the future according to the ancient secret wist dora ot prophetic Insight Yet it Is one of the most Interesting and easy toperform thoUjgh of course like all idFpractice are necessary in order to in terpret quickly and speedily the sym bollc interpretations of the signs pre seated writes ProL Sothnos Lallllier In the New York American In order to practice this part of ca balistic interpretation you must proIcure a frQ heggas new 1ald as sibleand carefully separate the pcp of the eggfrom the yolk Nearly fill dropIhelytasldethe glass carefully and that the water s fees not become warmed by proximityI toa raaiator etc q glassIYOU i oddshapedfig1tteacircles bellnterPretedIthat follows r Long wavy lines denote losses and troubles straight lines on the con trary denoting pease long life pros iperlty and happiness Squares denote peace and happt v Inessa ring marriage If a letter can be discovered near the ring this willp be the first letter of the name of the person you are to marry If clouds f tare about the ring think long and car tully before accepting this person even If he offers marriageIIf a leaf Is seen speedy good fortune iWill come your way from some unex pected source If an anchor is seen Itadogi1LAlS top Gtfthegass denoting faithful friends If near the middle doubtful ones and If near the bottom enemies Ito beavolaedAIRy flower foretells hap piness If near the top of the glass disappointment if near the bottom t a number of small dots or spots are present money Is coming your way unless clouds surround them In which case you will receive bad tidings notice of losses A heart denotes love letter which you will shortly re celve The sun moon or stars denote katfilnets and success Lj ir-u f TOWN I nn uUpwUatL- ocal Happenings of Interes The Fjreshest and Latest AIIAbout Yourself Friends and Acquaintances J Mfl F M haled Fay and Straw for sale N P Thompson Phone 119Wk Enlseedi SjP Thompson rr 3 has fOr sale IjOOO locust post R L Oltmerits R R 2 has for sale Orchard Grass SeedI0 L Grundy Springfield rr1 has for sle locust posts PORSALE Three tin chicken c M lprsFOR RENT House and 15 a cr s of corn and tobaccoland- Taos DUNCAN For SaleA good work and brood mare Harrv Derringer Valley Hill J T Wheatly Springfield r r 5 box12 has for sale a Short h riornmaloJtyou want the best seed po ta toes and garden seed call onI MOlule Mayes For SaleS C R 1 Ccckeres S 100 each Mrs J 1 MartinI May Rudd Springfield r r1ha itsRock eggs75c per sdttingof lp For SaleS O R 1 Red Eges Pen LOO yard 50 cents Phone I19X ostGold pointed Jno Ihal and fountain Returnpen tog this office or H REddleman Sam Tucker R 1 has for sale one good work mr and fresh rsey cows good milkers Pure White Burley tobacco aetd for sale by Mary Brown Grundy B D Oements Springfield R R 2 has for sale Baltd Hay and StrawI i Mrs SF Hamilton Springfield r r 2 has for sale Rhode Island Redggs1 per setting FQR SALEThree thorough bred Hereford Bun CalvesI for service Alsd two S P Thompson Make it a point Ihe next time you come to town to look after lyon subscription to the News Leader Spalding Clements Spring flrld r r 1 basfor sale whitel eraden goose eggs 00 for set tiug of 10 ready fqr delivery Will Have Easter Sale The iadns of the Presbyterian will have an EaslSr silet at the Court House on next rat urday They will hdve on salia Hams dressed hens pies cakes and mny other articles New Engine Now Here The new Farquhar E mine recently purchased the county lor use on the road in connection with the Road Rollers and Grad r ers Has arrived and to alt ap arances is a splendid engine aad capable of d jing good work Fire Alarm drl from their dreams of peace Tues thy miir ing by the blare of the fire whistle rhe1tesidence off Mrs Sallie Sums was di Cuti dtp1irtII1meetsucceeded in putting the flJmesI out without much dama e being dvne to the property Easter Services atI Easter Serv ces will be held the Methouist church ruxtbuuit fe11 oclock and the Sunday School will hive a short missionary pro grame Conference in Session i Conftrtis1 now in session at the Methodi t ihurch and in addition to busrj IILafternoon and evening at which some of the ablest divines ot the TOPICS MMUW tIModel Sanitary f Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices ReasonableOffice over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard Methodist church deliver Se m ns As we go to Dress tI Conference has just bsgun and large crowds are in attendance At each meeting Rev Crowe the stor is ably assisted in the work by quite a number of el oquent speakers The Greates LaborSaving Invention Ever Offered With each purch se of ti Ideal Steam canner goes a cookbook of itiStrucMoiif and quanin tee aho my word that it is al ght if not 1 am here to do so cnIvasof reaching you its cheaper You may caM at my fiome any Saturday afternoon andesamples of fruit and vegetables panned by this process there iis no shrinkage no spoiled fru after canning it keeps besides cooked thoroughly in a few minutea and your fruit iis n mushed or broken ur just as whole as when put in jars Cl cans IFood cooked by steam gene ated from boiling water is abso lutely pure and free from deseas ert Esy to keep clean Mrs Rooert Marks phone hit SimmsBIanford Mrs Nannie C Simms an nounces the entrapement of her daughter Miss Elizabeth Simms toMr Joseph francis Bland ford The wedding will take place the latter part of April Married in Jeftersonville Erastus Cj Conley 49 years 19 years old und Miss Mars Harmon 22 both of this county were united in inarriage at Tef- fersonvilip Ind lust Monday night by Magistrate Willirm Lames Death of Mrs Medley Quite a stvJ death was that of Mrs Teresa Medley which occurred at her home near Manton last Saturday Mrs Medley was 23 ears of age and prior to her marriage was a Miss Matting ly binu a daughter ol tlie lnt Van Mat mgly About vo years ago she was united in marrja to Mr Ernunuciwwith an infant child survives Funeral services were cc iductid t Manton Monday by Rev T Pleters and burial waS in St ltoe Cemetery Mrs Medley tas a worn m endowed with kind and cluritable disposition which entieurelhtrt tu allndthe young husdtnd and father has tne svoiputby of ailJ11 hijj bereavement1 Passes to His Reward Rev Joseph Hoppr depart e this life al his home in Perry viile on last Sunday of heart trouble after an illnes if about two Weeks lyv Hooper was Ion Lancaster Kv 8q yearn iqg Ear y in his lift he beyan evan gelistic work in thePreb tenan church Dr David M Sweoli edit ir of ihe Christ n Obs rvnr says of hunU He enjoyed a larte friendship everywhere IHc lifebegan asii Sunday schop worker nnd vas a sweet sing of the old typij Scarcely a city or town in Kentucky has rot thoIhe founded as wistons and Si Hday Schools and which grtW toI be sound parisles through the i nspirtUon ot his tteaching He had great power with acongrega tion holding menand women for lengthy periods with the magic of his oratory oi tho charm of his scng While engaged evaugeisic worl since 1875 ho was not ordained until 1890 in the Tratisylvahia Presbytery His wife agoIbein anIOldGodnIFu ieral set vices were cbuductel if at Perry vilq by Dr David MIJ I Sweets h14 lifelong friend f andcowIrker He iia qurvve dtl tbl the following chi dre i M s F R MoTigboJery of Louisville Mrs Rose Bruce Mrs Fanny jTqckrDr W O Hopper andi Mr Harvey Hopper of Perrv yule arid Dr H Hopper 0 f t nhisI SPRINGFIELD BOY Does Effective WorK in Im portant PositionI TR Nlayes a son of T Scott Inlcrna11Iereturned from Washington D Cwhere Ii has been examining the accounts between the district of Columbia and the United States and as a result of lhis reports the Govern ment has collected 2100000 and has pending claims for947 J 000 additional against the districtl These will be acted upon by th iiR next Congress Mr Mayes has been workipg Ieat the instance of the Distric of Columbia Committee of the House of which Congressman 1lienl Johnson of the fourth Kentucky district is chairman His labors have extended over t whreei h discovered where millions off dOlhirsdue the United States frooli he District have neverbeen co lected and in fac the exist Iniall Mr M yes accounts involving the irreatsum of 225 OOOOCO ItThe biggest iiocb discovered I was the failure torepay a lon of 1003257 24made by iliiGovernment to the Ditrutin 1877 Taxes were levi d to 16t 5patndiverted to make otlwr municipal y improvements in the capital and bytrThe accouits between ihe Feder al Governments Hospital for the Insane and the district govern went hJtd that the districtt owea a sum aggregating 14OO 000 for the board of district patients Of this amount 719 000 has bern collected and the balance is pending in Congress Mr Mayes has completed his work1 and has be n highly compli mented by committee members for his efficiency Courier Jour nat PERSONAL Mr Wallace Rogers is home from Hartford Ky Dr art Mr H1J Hoom spentt a fw days in Louisville last week Attorneys Grigsby andJohn A Poin and Nis deiinieCpken dolpher were in Lebanon Wed nesday on business Mr Lewis Spadirtg was in busi5oThe oung ladies who are at tending school at St Catherine are at home for Easter 1M r Cnas Mcnn1 left whercithe will engage m business Mrs M W Hyatt and Miss Kate Mayes have returned home aficr a visit 10 Mrs T Scott Mayes in Louisville b Judge 1 H Tnunnan and Cal it W O Reed were in L xin ton Monday on business d11r TJncksun of DHhanoi Wits here Mondav Mrs CR McWharter visit relatives at CuJOuclliJle last week jrMrLouisvillt Friday on buslni s 111otr ctive guests of fuiii ds here Mr Wilt Hill of Hubnwasthe tituest of Mr and MretV Leachman yesterday rMr E N Hundley of L bMionj Was 4n town today Valley Hill MI Clus McChordof Spiing field was n our mid Wejnts day last on business Mesdames H B Bonta and Vallas Pinkston oi Mt ZicI werrf guests of Mrs Jas Moran Wednesday last lMI 3 0 Harmon recently solo ti mule to Mr Sum Nallv pdngrfield wasin oar midst Priday on bU ness I inIl l lustll Mr Sylvester Russell Jr w Bprinofleld was here Saturdar 011 butipli Miss Margare Morn enter tained 8fn erul of her friends at a party Friday riighC- n1Mr WE Brown Springfield was here Saturdny fVivian Taium rocentlysuld iqe hog to Clifton Taylor for 5 50 per hundred ardHtliewere g is of Mrs Partner Goatley csuudav Mr and Mrs WcT Beam del yhtfu ly entertained several of- their youig friends Saturday night Your correspondent wus4 useiIllegoesBire is given a hearty welrome and can ba assured of a good j limei Mrs W B Ballard was the WeeldyJlMessr W T Beam and M were guests of Mr Henry S t sayheyMr and Mrs Jas Moran Jr are rejoicing over the arrival off 1fine girl at their home on the 25th ult Daddy is wearng n lbroad smile that wont com off Mr and Mrs Hurter Goatley ere guests tIf thelatters Ia her Sunday Hugh Williams and Willie Moran were at Ubapin Sundny but we were unable Ieaitio aecoiupanied them Mooresville Mr E J Brown and wife and little son spdnt the day Sunday in WoorllavnWe to say Mr Rob ert Pavne and Mrs Lucy Ann G niby are on the sick list Mr Erank Bishop nnd wilt sptnt Saturday night and Sui dl y with Mr and Mrs Le B hop Miss Mary Cheatham is visit ing Mr and Mrs Dick Bgdine thiswek Miss Besse tW r JJMS raturned home from a viit to Ur and Mrs Ho vat J Lei 15 of Wood lawn Mr JJ N Bodineof Blonmfielr was the Sunday guest of ll and Mrs George Hotline Mrs Lucy Ann Moore visited Mr Edd Moore and family last week Mr Fred Cheatham and vife- spentMonday with her sister Mrs Frank Yancey Mrs Joe Bodiue spent Monday afternoon with Mrs fW Hays who s to better at this writing Mr Th hiss Virgin and wife spent Sunday with theirdaughtor Mrs Uufas GooJlett of Polio Mrs James Irvin spout Min day with lieu sister Mrs Jaiues Grigsby Miv Mtlie Bundle and mo her spent Monday afternoon at Mrs J W Hayn Mrs Hazel Budine was tLe Friday aftcinc on iruei of Mi F Al1 Carney and fatuity Mrs Oscar Boblitt of Bloomfield was in bur muUt one day last week Mr Herman Grigby viaiiod his sister Mr Howard Lewis or Woodlawn one day last wtolt Mystery of Precious Stones In all the Infinite production of the laboratory of our mainly ugly earth nothing Is morq beautiful nothing more craved and yet really nothing more uselcsa from the viewpoint of practi cal and plain common sense than what are called precious stones the diamond being chlefest of them all In what one of the earths geologic ages they were made and by whatt process remains a mystery which line not been fathomed by scientists who have do voted much titnu to attcmuts at solu tion though such great chemists as Molssan of Paris and Crooks of Bug land have actually produced minute particles of the diamond by certain treatment of carbon to intense heat and its subjection to immense pies sure Dogs Bring Load of f cd John Hundley a farmer rxvohc in the morning to be advised by wHo ofa serious deficit In tho pantry neither flour nor meal Hundleys horses were not shod the sleet and lee were too rough for the animals the familys strong boxwas empty and the farmer resided six miles from town But John met the emergeney He constructed large sled hitched nine fox hounds to it loaded on five bushels of stock peas and hit the trail for Camden After a couple of hours rest Hundley returned home the dogs ofIflour through the snow Camden Teen Dispatch to Knoxville tow nal A Chronic Kicker liMy neighbor has put away his lawn mower and the cold days havo corn pelled him to close his windows so I can hardly hear his phonograph I guess you feel pretty gbod now somethtngtotJ peaceja wi vIJw 7 f it 1z 4c4 44r iV VX i EASTER IEAQIc = I tssS S 1 4 Iow SShoosb ff- I IHatsI fr C t If iI Ties J t tGloves i EVERYTFHNGNEWFOllETER1iSSr vvW L i JGRUINDYI 8Mc1NTIREj41 i 4s n Honest I Bugqiespf = Built in these factories Iteadandfounderest buggy building Upon that principle he 1iaSste diy bUIlt up from a small oflexe- rtS his personal supervision over these great factoic Lvciy part andpecc mirttfee made just so rdeof honest materialmade by know how vvora4M yluridr them t ngi3 h3eefeji cv employed in buggy building all that you 1Ct hav3 rvC enjoy fullvalue for your money Mr Ames Personal Gumiean1 40 years reputation of honest buggy building oad ilissc ti000000 fa tories arc back of every one cziiybodyshaftSsuperiorthe finest looking strongest safest easiest riding plcasjc tLicIc ir ticwcrld Everything you could want or wish for in a bujij or murrey Come here and nee the Ames famous guerantecd liuias rYou would certainly be mighty proud of owning oie A Jt 4 A3CE KIMBALL Springfield Ky COMING LATE TO DINNER Really a Form of Egotism According to Chauncey Should Know Depew WhI Why do somepeople always cIme late to formal dinners Is a quesidn asked of Chauncey M Depew a vet eran and famous dinerout His an swer was not complimentary to tardy gue Coming late to dinner said Mr Dejirfw is a form of egotism tit ta a pose usually affeoUul to command at teotion The person who comes last and very late knows that the other guests will be Informed who It Is that Is late and that his or her entrance will be an event With tome people it Is a sort of advertisement of having remembered only when it was too late to get ready in time bemuse ofsuch a multitude of engagements Many years ago one prominent lady was always late Tor dinner lien ex uses were Innumerable and always occupied the attention of the wholo room like a speech before dinner Rent bet an invitation to one of my dinners fixing the time halt an hodV bfore the hour named for the Other Invited guests Consequently she was not the last to arrive and did not keep Iho company waiting She never for gavo mo Of course In Europe royalty Isal ways late for dinner so as to give an opportunity for all the guests to nr- rive If anyone comes after royalty line arrived they havent arrived their hair In the meantime having disap peared from the table Strangers Are ouablotto make both cntla meet7 should say not Its been so long since the cost ofhfiyng has met my salary that if they should come together now theyd meetas strangers Detroit Free Press Gossips Neverl Men dont gossip said tho supc rlor Xo person replied his wife they let the women gossip The men merely cooa homo to dinner and listen eagerly to any news their wives may Iwvo picked tin Wnat They Expected TifR better lock up tho bathroom ind get out the old wooden tubs IAnd Vhy hide pa the phonograph and those sevendbllarrccords iTor goodness sakes And while youre at It youd better put away your fancy dishes and got out tHose old blup things you hate 10 Whats gcttin Into you par Weve got a few summer boardera coming here from the city and weve got to glvo em the sort of country life hr mTpntDetrnit Free Press Vany Animals Killed utrge humDera ot predatory animalS were destroyed last year by federal forest officers In the national forests More coyotes were slaughtered than any other animal nearly 3200 being killed Wildcats were second In the casualty list of those 533 meeting violent ends Then came bears the death list being 40 Other animals killed In considerable Tiumbora were wolves lynxes and mountain lions Over 40000 acres In tho Co onlno forV est wore cleared of prairie dogs by the use of poison llqges Bred I mOld KQf7ucj 4reeSthe Good 7 phl Grows L Q c ceThose of Middle Age Epecia1IyIVhen you have found Vo remedy for the horrors that oppress you during change of life when thrbugKtiie long t lours of the day it seems as though your ack would break when your headaches constantly you are neEvous de pressed and suffer from tpse dreadful bearing down pains dont forget that Lydia E Pinkhams V6getab1eompound is the safest and surest remedy and has carried fcvmctrecis of women safely through this critical period I Read what these three women say From Mrs Hotnung Buffalo N Y BUiFALONYI am writing to let you know how jnnch your medicine has done for me I Jailed terribly during ihe lastwinter and sum met and every gao remarked about my aj earance I suf tfered from A female trouble and always had pains in my back no appetite and at times was very weak MI was visiting at a friends uso ore day and she thonrfit I needed Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I took it and nave gained eyerycWyTPinkhams Vegetable QJupound You may publish this letter if you wish and I hope others who have the same complaint will see it and get health from your medicine as ldidMrs A HoiktrMO 01 Stanton SL Buffalo N Y Made Me Well and Strong v MACEDON NYI was all rim down and very thin Infesh nor vous no appetite could not sleep and was weak and felt badlyall the time Qho doctors said I had poor biood and whatIhad was didnotJ1eJpmeJbut f strong and I am recommending itto my friends JJIrs JBED CnACE HNo 2 Macedon UY Thejchangeof Life BELTSVUXE iln EPinkhariis V gtable Compound I have successfully passed through a most trying time the Change of Life I suffered with bed weakJie and had to iy In three days at a time Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Qmnpound restored me to perfect health and I am praisuig it for the benefit of other women who suffer as IdidMrs W S DuvALL EoUto No Beltsville Md For 30 years Lydia EFIn1c1iam8 Vegetable sP Compound has been tho standard Remedy for fe jV Imale ills No ono sick with womans ailment does justice to herself if shofloos not try this fa 1mow medlclno niad0 from roots and herbs it has restored so many sufferinffwonientohealth Write to LYDIA EPISiniAM MEDICINE COV a fCONFIDENTlAMLNNMASSforadvice t A our letter will bo opened read answered C by a womannndhiCialIi strict confIdence r = VOU WANT TAR a BetterJ That cn1stion wilt be asked you atmost daily by business mea ageking OUf ervlccsf t you quatIC tAke tho Draughon rniningandshov ambitiento risc More BANKERS limdOzo WGHaNSCOhlCge than Indorse altother bustb ness colleges COMBINED 48 CoUege4Jn 18 States Thternations1 reputatioa- nankl Treetriting Jtomlo1r1Dlllsb ApelllDlo1rlUnaetJo LatWr Wrlilu Lawtn1 utltal1l1rsDcllll coed ro51l1o under reaeaa1tMetJBookkeeping Bookkeepers aU ovcfl lomeStsJy 1 the United Stntcs say that Draughons furs bookteepeiT JtIHwIofJMJe NevSys1emo 0kkeepng saves then tholding good rro1U2StoSOpir n work andhorry taking Draughoxt Hes tii4y t it Shorthand Ii4ijtllynil U S oBi CATALOGUE Pec pro alaSstern oflRYIfAL write JNOvShorthan DrhlegeS teach President NahvIlleTsIr 1 Why BeQ4usVlf4ifbwlt1s1heb st 9lrim 1 1f9DBAUG1IOS PRACTICAL BUSJNM go INbriIlQ ctetgJdi or ntJXTOJD TelllDot orPadacahJtrJMIki rlUlU h i JEtj Fql r 1 1 JUtI1cNIa J t My r Xto 4 Bw V 4tat Mr lUger to his new toMfraphi JIkye you tot thatf tlttto MM Siakk bad ggt that hit llh RMLiredar1zg Iei IDMi the ffI IJ PJ1leidy to her spelling an tIEEHtedor However he was i r Intended to keep he showed l BSLToLJ prpvteient Ilt1II18 widower of fifty Vefooked th world fa a benevolent and rectory ianuer My dear Miss Burton he said t jafftia and then he Itopped Mist Spilth with uplifted leocll watched Bit lie hT raliea Into a daydreamr eweacc of It was that he Itli h had the strong clever Mis Burton to advise him in yt Med condition of the wool taportlnj business The new tariff was playing havoc wkh his affairs and two of his old trHted employe had recently left him to establish am opposition business Mto Burton had been with him foi ikea earB working her way up from sttBocraffeer to foreign buyer He lEM 4 a oo4 deal on Miss Burton II hew act twenty years her senior My dear Miss Burtonhe said for th4 third time resolutely putting asld- vitlwdreajtlar Impulse Now tfiat yuu ort Iceland you might run up to JrlaMenleU and see It you cant find KUM novelties that might go well on the market here I am anxiouS to put out a aeW line Have you got that MIse Smith tit T s slrr laid little Miss Smith poising her pencil between her teeth II want a new strong weave not a cross weave like my last sample but something durable showy and service able Oaf that a man would like to 1 My Dear Miss Burton rut on his back and wouldnt bo ashamed of showing to his friends Do theJbestf yon can for we Thats all toJclMtlotMly embodied them In the b1hM4twkIci unfortunately ei1KS tJet because taere We a pile of correspondence that day M431r Rogers picked up two letters tag ether and only signed the top one The letter duly reached Miss Mary BurtpajlB Lo donKIII Burton had seictedl a pMtIcialariy fine assortment ot41Oc4L that spring but when she re ceived Mr Rogers COIlUD1tDlcatlon she did not go to Huddersfield On the contrary the tat down and stared at thejetter forabout five minutes and Jthea the atrpng9lnded capable bust ness wo baa hurst Into tears Her eiBplqyert was evidently going hi age She had come to regard her worljiMPBOtoethlng more than employ I afht she had an Interest in the sue 4J0 ofj he business second only to her thtreCIn Mr Rogers It wee not likehlsi t write 4dthat way In tact If he were la his trIgTit mldd he could aot possibly have done so A hasty survey of the pltuatlon and she decided to take the next boat back to AaierI 1fch she duly did l wsaery tufa iUt fpelUuc Alght have de Jilghfe Iteart of Mr Carnegie tKbagh itwent somewhat beyond his own Idso f Deform hut her transcrip- tioncoiIlg have delighted no man I inis Stilpr cherished the Idea that VToweUiere aa Immaterial episode In JLrllletter O tbaVVhen Mr Rogers bsputsr received a communlca tisjafbTng lint tat the goods 5whtcb fie 1iad o der 4 had a ticking ef takiJDTderMr Rogersi perceived that Miss SmltkH dayiiJtere numbered And whWailetCirr all edPut his cern t tiny fgrattfltfr Iy Instructing M large l CUlef hat JBs tv6uial supply him with j soMe aa flrool for white waistcoats which should have been drill Mr- Rogers sat down to cogitate- fcr The result was that being some thlagof a timorous as well as a kind- r iiearted 1554 he placed a note upon lunchisalary would be at her disposal and that it would be advUable for her to lcokabout for a more congenial po altipnr t4Ten mutes after Miss Smith had tdpted for lunch in hippy i norauco5 Suion Mr RogfjrfaBd Miss Burton were acouteaiedS to greeting each othe- rLft4J j liioldfriejadSi hut when Miss Butei claifed both her employers r dI4in hers and asked him Ijii a treabllag Voice whether he was fellWJlQterawas a little startled More t V thathjitf he wai a little pleased at thUeviMic bf Miss Burtons regard iTsi M well as TerH he answered oeIVke kMiaetfls golagto the dogs T tIt 1jL 1JI Wr9Je me began Miss IMstopped IsTsiethlac wrong with a letter of fI1aMask4 Mr Rogers TWa waa Mp jinch fjr Miss Burton Inwi wH u t have flfeeu a iji ytadirliitd joke He was not J MiMcIeItk5t Was clear at a I setlag aa though 1f s bad setirisi srteai ec1aine4i Mr Rjt p v and frightaned- j hSthkttet You have Jt with r but I cant ifow yoflwUed + f5LU L Rnrton U your employer i femmtyi l 3 onp said Mr Rogers u t I veryIamawf r was remarkably feminine for eMcka strongminded woman Tkerer Take your hateful old let I tan she said flinging It down on fatedesk 1lT desraMiaiBurton read Mr Rogers1Now that you are In England Ita new strong wife not a cross r wife like my last sample but some serviceablerroutrageous It Is snapped Miss Burton Thats why I dhomeJJ thought you must be ill As you arent Ill andlBurton having been herself a stenographer understood that the sym mlghtJwholwithout Intelligence But but that made It worse than ever Suddenly she became aware that Mr Rogers was standing over her with a II onIInow a youIyou And a moment later he was clasp MaryLarms And he found that he did not feel anything like his age It was not until the end of illsn Smiths lunch hour was at land that he remembered to tear the letter piecesSwhich he had left On her desk to IA business letter Inquiud Miss Burton wondering why he was de stroylng It so carefully Rogerathats alL By the way can you find a place In your department for an Ignorant unintelligent young Woman with a genius for happy blundering J Copyright by W O Chapman Emersons Idea of Dreams Emersons claim that even In the dreams of the night we are carrie s2iencooronward march of being ItlIs true that it is for the active mind thatj speaks this gain anil In the ra treshlnc minis o f sleep to mans mind an iy that Its purpose lIn hu 1iJe is commonly found To nurse and refresh him for further use of hL powers Is the meaning of sleeps mission In general acceptation and car rled to fulfillment little more could be asked of JL Nothing surely if it could enfold that sleep of death in Its redeeming logic For truly if after lifes fitful fever man sleeps well It must be as Browning so clearly discerns that he sleeps to wake to the grander use of his powers in the life more large Nor should he fear to find himself of just such stuff as his dreams were made of How He Gould Find Out r Henry Irving In his early days once played a part which in the fir t act called for a dark stage In this darkness he fought with an old earl threw hiD heavily and when he did not rise alter the loud thud of laU Irving would cry out hisI Great heayens What have I donet bne ngnt lie played the part In a small English town A stage hand Was very much Impressed with the play and to him scenes quickly became real So that when Irving reached the climax felled the old earl to the ground and spoke the line Great heavens What have I done he was startled to hear the stage hand say In a loud yolceOfStrike a match and well have a lookThoughts Not Up to Her Looks There was one young woman in the box party at the theater who took no part In the noisy clatter and giggle With her gaze fixed upon the stage she watched the progress of the play Indifferent to the gayety around her except that her delicate aristocratic finely chiseled features bore a look of weariness and a scornful smile curled her Ups At last however sho turned her head slowly and looked at the other members of the party Then she spoke to the elderly ma iron sitting by her side That chick en In the blue kimono she saill liahe la the whole custard WriT Rt MEMBER THE JJGLY Would Seem to Be as Easy to Recall Points of Beauty otOnea t Acquaintances Did you ever experience the sensa tlon of hearing yourself physically described by another who did not lapipen to know that you were within ear shot If so you may have heard your self pictured as that shortlegged man youkhowYou may have been pained or amusedt all depends upon your cerIse of humor or the fitness of things But do not despair at your portrait Just listen some time to a pair of men when one of them Is trying to recall to his companion a third Individual the latter seen perhaps only once years ago by the auditor The gentleman Jogging the other mans memory is likely to sketch the absentee ina few bold strokes something like the llowing l lI Oh sure you rcofember him the fellow with long yellow teethhe parted his hair near his ear and tie had a scar on his chin Now do cheerfully replies the other at this piece of graphic descrip tlon and then adds his own touch He was with a little chap who stut tered and wore big spectacles of tortoise shell And the Interesting question It brings up is why do people generally speaking remark defects and singularities rather than perfections and beauties A man with long yellow teeth might have had fine eyes and a noble head set upon his shoulders and g begoggled chap pith a stammering tongue might have had a Greek profile and an artists hands We are assured that beauty Is every where yet people seem to take parti cular note of the ugly No doubt It Is easier to see the ugly than the beautiful InJmmanlty but why take the eas- Ier awfully worriedimce yoy tqld me tp put a pieje fiweading cake under my pillow to dream of mv future husband t Fhyr dre al if the state 1JJ TPhilfldelohia Evening DEATH IN IE BUSH Ballad of the Dread Australian Desert Th LookedFor Tank Hard and Dry Ittt a terrible Thing to Die of Thirst In the ScrUb Out Back The old year went and the new returned In the withering weeks of drought The check WM spent that the aheam earned and the sheds were all cut out Th6 saloon mani words were short and few and the saloon mans looks were black And he time had come a the shearer knew to carry his swag Out Back For time means food and tramp you must where scrubs and plains are wide With seldom a track that a man can trust or a mountain peak to guide All day long In the dust and heat when summer Is on the track With stinted stomachs and blistered feet they carry their aware Out Back He tramped away from the shanty there when the days wero tong and hot With never a soul to know or care It bt died oh the track or not The poor otthe city have friends In woe no matter how much they lack But only God and the swagmeh know how a poor man fates Out Back He btfgeedhls way on the parchedTaroo and the Wnrrngo tracks once more And lived fyke a dog as the swagmeh do till the western stations shore But wej4uIlforThe traveler neverj th3ntis In wool though hjj tt roped for a year Out c1 In stifling noons when his back was wrung by Its load and the air seemed dead And the water warmed In tie bag that hung to his aching arms like lead Or In times of flood when plains wero seas and the scrubs were cold and bark He plot ed In mud to his trembling korea nnd paid for His sins Out Back Ho blamed himself In the year Too Lateln the heaviest hours of life Twas little he dreamed that a shearing mate had care of his home and wife There are times when wrongs from your kindred come and treacherous tongues attack When a man Is better away from home and dead to the world Out Back And dirty and careless and old he wore as his lamp of hope grew dim He tramped for years till the swag he bore seemed part of himself to him As a bullock drags In the sandy ruts ho trackIWith never a thought but to reach the huts when the sun went down dut It chanced Back- one day when the north win blew In his taco like a furnace breathille track for a tank he knew twas a short ditto his death For the bed of the tank was Hard and dry and crossed with many a crack And oh Its a terrible thing to dIe of thirst In the scrub Out Back A drover came but the fringe of law was eastward many a mile He never reported the thing he saw for It was not worth his while The tanks are full and the grass Is high In the mulga ort the track Where the bleaching bones of a white man lie by his moldering swag Out Back For time means food nnd tramp they must where the plains and scrubs are wide With seldom a track that a man can trust or a mountain peak to guide All day long In the flies and heat the men of the outside tradk With stinted stomachs and bllstorod tt-must carry their wags Out flak Seek Native SupplyIThe adoption of M fuel by the Brit Ish admiralty in Its fastest battleship the Queen Elizabeth may be said to mark a definite epoch In maritime in dustry and the problem now arises as to the possibility of the home prp duction of oil in sufficient quantities for naval requirements It Is maui featly an unsatisfactory and possibly a dangerous position for any oun try to be dependent on overseas supplies for the motive force with which to drive battleships Attention is therefore being turned in many dl rections to the provision at a native supply of this prime necessity of mod ern engineering practice Gems That Brought Misery The history of dlairibnda and the many other precious stones ruby tur quoise emerald opal topaz sapphire chrysolite sarddnyx amethyst nearly all of which are mentioned in the Scriptures goes far back of historic times and is lost In a maze of religion beenIscan dale unnumbered imprisonments and beheadings The story of the Dia moud Necklace which possibly Innocently on her part smirched the fame of Marie Antoinette was one of the factors in agitation that led to the great French revolution The Bat tile opened to several of the actors in the scandal ono of them Cardinal de Ro han who was arrested in his robes In the midst of his court Cagllostro tho famous magician swindler was another of the Bastile prisoners and countess LamotteVAloia of royal lineage who was the chief conspirator for pe cuniary gain escaped from the prison to London where she died In penury SmallFarming Countries yIeldtheEurope such as Holland and Den mark3 The resujta there are Incredible People can prehend what Intensive all1iostI amounts to until they visit countries or at least read the reports of men like Rider Haggard who wentJthere In an official way j v i5i5Ti GLORIOUS INAUGURATION OF WORLDS GREATEST INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATION ASSURES CONTINUED SUCCESS 11ITHan attendance for the first week greater than the combined attendance for the same period of the expositions at Chicago and St Louis the PanamaPacific International exposition at San Fran has started on a career that the most conservative Judgments predict will break all records for success exposition opened on February 20 100 per cent complete structurally and opened to natItendance of one quartervof a million people From every state of the United States and from the nations of tile word camo criucai yisuors to pass on the merits of the celebration that had been widely heralded They found nothing to criticize Every claim made by San Francisco and the exposition was fulfilled It is safe to say that not a single visitor went away disappointed The result has been that the advertisement by word of Oxpositionran cisco both by land and water IExceptlpnaUy low rates have been given by the transportation companies from all points within the United combiningIA featur of the exposition that has called for universal comment Is the action that marks exhibits every exhibit capable of operation by steam or electricity being shown In motion burepuofreputationtheJ7 HANDSOME SIXTYPAGE BOOK ON THE PANAMAPACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION SENT FREE OF CHARGE TO ANY ADDRESS Those who are interested In this great exposition may obtain free of charge a handsomely illustrated book of sixty pages reproducing the exhibit palaces in their natural colors and giving essential data about the exposition San Francisco California and the Panama canal To obtain this book send a letter to the Manager Bureau of Publication PanamaPacific International Exposition Grounds San Francisco Calif The PanamaPacific International exposition was open d by a wireless spark dispatched b President Weodrow Wilson at Washington and caught on the tendrils of a wireless aerial on the lofty Tower of Jewels at the exposi tion Instantly the power was released in the mighty Palace of Machinery and the portals of the exhibit palaces opened The scene is on the grand stand after the ceremonies bad ended Secretary of the interior Franklin K Lane Gov Hiram Johnson of California Mayor James Rolph Jr of San Francisco President C C Moore ijf the exposition and a notable group of visiting dignitaries being seen in animated discussion of the epochal Tent In the press box the correspondents are seen flashing to the world the newsthat the exposition had opened FeebleMindedness Usually Inherited Disease may affect the best as well as the worst of tho race but feeblo herldttuyI proIventlon of transmission from parent child says Dr W Hill of the Ito Jubllc Health association It is true that feeblemlndednes Is sometimes brought on by illness or cident Such cases constituting per haps onethird of he total arc not transmitted to the offspring Hut the other twothirds of all the feeblemind- edness we have Is hereditary anil can be traced buck generation after gen eration It runs in distinct strains through the human race just as speed is peculiar to certain breeds of horses Tho feebleminded are tho greatest contributors to our stock of criminals prostitutes tramps land notIper cent of the population Mixed His Characters This ono Is told on a certain pugil ist who is far better acquainted with the big names of fistic chronology than with those in the school history reached England lu the course of his pugilistic travels he was patronized by anobldinah with sj ort Ing tastes A weekend visit to the country estate was In order The lm i crtornlly conduct ed his guest about the mansion and when they arrived at a certain pro tentious bedroom bo said with pride Here sir is where the great Nelson sleptSThe pugilist stepped over and touched the high white covered bed appreciatively Gee he remarked leave it to the Battler to pick a soft one Everybodys Magazine REALLY OF LITTLE SERVICE Hydroaeroplane Not Likely to Be Developed Is the Opinion of Men Who Should Know There seems some reason for belIe ing that the hydroaeroplane tfiat is the aeroplane carrying a boat or float beneath it for alighting on the water was a development in the wrong direction In the first place such machines cannot be made seaworthy Even now the aeroplane tiles In winds that Keep smaller waterborne craft shut up In port winds kicking up such a sea that alighting 9n it would be difficult if not impossible Secondly the aeroplane Is steadily Increasing Its radius of action and if past growth is any criterion will eventually be able toItraverse even the Atlantic In a single flight The use of duplicate engines will greatly minimize the danger of forced alighting and the time s should not beIfar distant when tho accidents of tho past due to structural weakness under sudden strains will be as rare as they have been common Finally tlip use of a mother ship that is a marine platform for launch lug and receiving again from tho air the aeroplane scouts of the fleet at sea seems n more feasible mOans of solving this problem than that of fast cuing an alighting boat to each plane T 5T Transit of the Human voice The sound of the speaking voice must be transformed rapidly into heat if it Is to be heard distinctly When the sound persists the echoes overlap and the acoustics of a room is faulty By measuriQg the tones of the voice In a lecture room of Harvard university which were at first audible for five and a half seconds after utterance Dean Sabine of the graduate school of applied science changed the materials in the room with reference to the fac reverberation Interference and toror nce or echo with pronounced An Important article by him in the Journal of the Franklin institute concludes as follows While these several factors rever beration interference and echo in an auditorium at all complicated are themselves complicated nevertheless they are capable of an exact solution or at least of a solution as accurate as are the architects plans in advance of construction And it is entirely pos sible to calculate in advance of construction whether or not an auditorium will be good and If not to determine tho factors contributing to its poor acoustics and a method for their cor rectionIRough on TommyITho malls from home had just been received by a certain regiment Not only were there letters but many parcels from relatives and friends at home for lucky soldiers One of the Tommies received a large box addressed to himself and with a tri umphant yell he rushed oR to his compifnys lines and gathered them around him to share in the eagerly anticipated contents of his box Smokes lads he cried as he un did tho wrapping From the old man I know it An theres sure to be a bottle or two of Scotch He opened the box gave one look at Jhe contents and collapsed in a heap What is it cried his comrades pressing around Its from old Auntie Mary groaned the disappointed warrior Bandages an ointment an embroca tion an splints an a book on Ow to Be Your Own SurginS London Tit Bits Private Cars In the town of Mombasa on the East coast of Africa the private carques tlon has been settled to the satisfaction of every white resident by providing a private street car tor each of them The cars are pushed by a na tive black and are small They are fit ted with a wide seat which will hold two persons The tracks of this private rdad lead through the main streeta of the town with switches to the stores and clubs Each owner of a car has a switch to his yard and boards his car In the same manner as an automobilist The road Is financed by each car pwner who pays a certain sum each year for upkeep The road is usju J for no other purpose than to carry the owners on their outing or calling ex peditions Wall Street ournalI rh 1i C 11 5ii IS KENNEDYS LAiCAI1V1 COUGH SYRW XRAY LOCATED THE RING Valuable Diamond Recovered From Elephant Who Had Mistaken It for a Peanut Minnie is an elephant who per sheIat a performance not announced on the bills She had to undergo an X ray examination not because of any physical need of it but because she bad swallowed a diamond ring and its whereabouts in her Internals had to itIcan Mihnle was eating peanuts out of the hand of a man wearing the table ring when she playfully slipped the salivacovered end of her trunk lover the fingers of the hand in search of more peanuts and to the astonish ment and consternation of the man tookthe ring along In withdrawing She tmickly tossed it into her yawn ing mouth heedless of the futile ef forts of the owner to make her drop It So to locate the ring Xray photo graphs had to be resorted to i Minnie side was marked off into seven sections and seven Xray plates were markedto correspond with numbers painted on her side One after another the photographs were made of her interior to find the exact pOd tion of the ring It disclosed Itself in plate No1 It had become firmly lodged in the throat of the elephant She could not cough it up nor would it go down A veterinary surgeon was summoned and he probed the animals throat for the ring The valuable gem was soon recovered and Minnie was none the worse for her novel experience HIS NAME A PEN TWISTER But Bcfotblack Wilt Write It on Thirty Three Hotel Registers One for Each Letter If Christopher NIeberobcrebderopol oils a San Mateo bootblack keeps the solemn pledge no took when bo started on his first vacation In three years it will be necessary for him to spend a considerable part of his vacation in ex excising his penmanship Christopher who usually deletes the first few letters of his real name and goes under the title df Opolous has sworn that he will spendovqry cent of his three years savings in traveling from city to city until ho has inscribed his full name on as many hotel regls ters as there are lletters in his name This means that he must become a guest in 33 hotels in as many differ ent cities It also means that in the act of registering alone ho must form more than a thousand letters For tunately Christophers savings amount to U200 so he should have ample funds and ample tlmo to carry out the program he has mapped out for him scltIChristopher made a bet to carry out thd terms ofhls pledge and be back in San Mateo within three m Francisco Dlspatcli to the rilhsSllnI sun 2 HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIfE 1 After Four Years of Discouragin- gCidicnis Mrs Bullock Gave Up in Despair Husband Came to Rescue Catrori Kyln an Interesting letter from this place Mrs Bettie Bullock writes as follows suffered for four years with womanly troubles and during this time Icould only sit up for aliUle while and could not walk anywhere at all At times I would have severe pains to my left side The doctor was called in and his treatment relieved me for a while but I was sqon confined to my bed again After bat nothing seemed to do me any good I had gotten so weak I could not start and I gave up in despair At last my husband got me a bbttte at Cardul the womans tonic and II commenced taking it From the very tire dose I could tell it was hoping me ll can now walk two mn without Hf tiring me and ani doing an my work If you are all run down from woaaaly troubles dont give tip Ik despair Try Cardul the womans tonic JthKitfpti more thart 4 million wotMo fa He M years of continuous success art sfcouli surelyhelp YOU too Yow iTnijgsrt TIM tsold fardul for yesEs He bows vtatf it will do Ask him He wX NCOS mend it BegtatakfagparMtorrf 4cnsAdvisoyTessJnsbuaiona z4TreatnitJ HIli A Telephone for Every Farmer T rr r t Do YOU want one fr coStFillCUMBERLAND TEL tELrC0 INCORPORATED v l jvfiPleaseyourplanfo4farmerstelephonescnice Name Li I = 5= eJ a RFDNo lAlL L Vvv fcvT7T p Town and Statell i i Address 1 FARMERS LINE DEPARTSIENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCpRPORATEDS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JIeJ a = 5 I DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt Dust and Drudlere bySuog JjCombination Pneumatic Sweeper Ree frpta brpora drudgery from the tbyla bl mor ing and lifting lurtu toe acdlrim the dangerooj teaUemj of dud and germs tiiat are raised by the use of the broom ani the Md aiHoned caiprt weeper cad be attained by Pn8umaticfIcreates powerful suction force which drawi out all le dirt anddugfoundinyourrugiandcarpetsandattheumeiime ravelingt etc DUHTUYSWEEPEBS made in three me and told under rigid guarantee for one year You may try a Duet lay i1your own horne for days rae of Chute For tnorc detailed Information write TODAY Agent Wanted rsa II ChiWren 1Cry for Fletchersh The Kind You Have Always Bought anct which has beca in use fur over 30 years has borne the signature S9 anti has been n ado under his per- 4Sopni supervisIon since its lnfanc Allownb one tr deceive you ithlsAll COunterfeits imItations arid ustasgood rirQ 1tttlExperIments that trJflo with and endanger the healthof thnitkrCnstoria is a harmless suhstltnto for Castor Oil Parc gone Drops aud Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contalnc ncitae Opium lorpMno nor other Narcotic WornlsCand nfiays Fevcrishncss it cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It r Ievc Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It urtts the Food rcguhitds this Stomaeit and lioivols jrlvfcig healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PaiuiceaTiio 3yothcrsPrlena GENUiNE CASTORIA ALWAYS ins Signature of jBearS 0 1s TheJ dJ7Jt Have Always Bought In Use Fif Over 30 Year S11tetinvwn rr evtctr vhu crtf Iur j 2The Louisville Evening Poit and NewsLeader one yeaifor275 t